- A young man, Emmanuel Nduka, has given voice to his dream as he almost 'fooled' people into believing he got a big job
- Announcing on his LinkedIn page, the man said he is now working for Dangote Refinery, a statement he said he only made in faith
- Many people were wowed by the undergraduate's big dreams as some CEOs of companies promised to link him up
A young Nigerian man, Emmanuel Nduka, has taken to his LinkedIn page to say that he got a job as an engineer at Dangote Petroleum Refinery.
Just when you think he has hit it big, Nduka quickly said that it is yet to happen, telling people that it is a dream he hopes to achieve with God’s help.
The young man revealed he is only rehearsing how he would share the news when his dream finally becomes a reality.
He stated further that he is presently an undergraduate who has done courses like chemical process calculations, transport phenomena and chemical process control in school.
“Furthermore, my words to you are: ‘Don't only dream but take actionable steps toward achieving it.’”
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions to his post below:
Mike Bearden asked:
"Would you like to send me your resume?"
Dr. Adeniyi A said:
"I know Aliko Dangote one on one. He's very good friend. I host him in my house in Dubai. DM me your details. Are you in Abuja or Lagos?""
Gailmarie Scott said:
"Emmanuel, You nailed it!! You figured out the FORMULA FOR SUCCESS!!! And you are doing EVERYTHING correctly in order for your dreams to come true."
Tobi Soniran said:
"Good luck on your dreams and aspirations."
David Adidi said:
"You will surely testify and we will all be here to congratulate you."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Ekene Ashinze, achieved great success despite the trying time caused by COVID-19 pandemic.
On Monday, August 3, 2020, Ekene announced that he got employed by Microsoft as a software engineer, a job he started three months ago.
He said that it was an awesome opportunity working with the company as he has been able to “meet and work with a lot of great minds”.
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